New Zealand refuses to allow Pakistani squad to train
The Pakistani cricket team’s tour of New Zealand was badly affected by the global corona virus.
After running for ten days, sometimes today and sometimes tomorrow, New Zealand has refused to allow the Pakistan cricket squad to train in managed isolation.
The announcement was made by Dr Ashley Bloomfield, the New Zealand government’s director of health, on a day when the Pakistan Cricket Board was hoping to get permission to start training.
Ashley Bloomfield says she made the decision after examining the situation. The Pakistan cricket team has active code cases and fears that the virus could spread further.
He added that the New Zealand government’s top priority is public health, which includes individuals and teams, and that the visiting team will face challenges and they encourage the team to endure.
The Pakistan cricket team was scheduled to be allowed to train three days later, but on the first day of the test, the results of six people were positive and the permission was suspended after violating the SOP.
Later in the third and fourth day tests, positive cases were also reported from Pakistan squad. In total, 10 members of Pakistan squad tested positive, out of which 6 are active and 4 are hysterical cases. Yes, 10 people with positive results were not re-tested.
On the other hand, in the fourth routine test on the ninth day, the results of all 44 members have been negative. The isolation phase of the Pakistan cricket team is to be completed on December 8. Will be able to travel.